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in the fbi. almost 150 people were now working to find quinn gray. the agent in charge of the fbi's jacksonville office is james casey. he says the kidnappers appeared to be deactivating quinn's cell phone after each of the calls they made to reid. >> somebody in the scheme was smart enough to take the battery out of the cell phone because we were able to do some technical capabilities to determine that that phone was not only off, but had no power to it at certain times. >> meaning you can't trace it. >> meaning you can't trace it. >> while there was no pinpointing an exact address where quinn's calls were originating, technicians were tracing pings when the phone was used. those are the electronic connections when the phone hits a particular cell tower and that gives them a general idea where quinn might have been held. >> fbi agent toni cavit was selected as the lead crisis negotiator for the bureau. >> we've got some leads. >> agents felt they were making progress and suddenly the phone was also pinging farther away. the kidnappers and quinn might have been on the move. sherif
show the fbi was concerned about possible ties to the star with communists. >> and calling all the single ladies. find out who will be joining beyonce on stage at the super bowl halftime show. alftime sho . >>> newly released fbi files are showing how far they went to investigate marilyn monroe for communism. the fbi looked into the movie icon's friendships listing people who may have been communists. in the 1950s, a u.s. senate held a series of witch-hunt hearings on communism, many of them falsely accusing hollywood figures. monroe was not the focus of the hearings, but the fbi files now show while under investigation, the fbi had no hard evidence that she was ever's communist and the files don't show the questions surrounding her death at the age of 36, which was at the time ruled a suicide. >> all the single ladies, put your hands up. >> all the single ladies and fellows. you have a chance to join her on stage at the upcoming superbowl halftime show. pepsi is holding a contest. 100 fans will get a chance to hit the stage with the diva on february 3rd at the super dome in n
the program. and the f.b.i.'s secret files on marilyn monroe when the cbs evening news continues. [ male announcer ] feeling like a shadow of your former self? ]d yois on its way down. you might not just be getting older. you might have a treatable condition called low testosterone or low t. millions of men, forty-five or older, may have low t. so talk to your doctor about low t. hey, michael! [ male announcer ] and step out of the shadows. hi! how are you? [ male announcer ] learn more at isitlowt.com. [ laughs ] hey! >> glor: more evidence today that home sales are rebounding. the number of contracts to buy homes is up nearly 10% from a year ago. some americans who wrongfully lost their homes to foreclosure could be due some money, but bill whitaker reports they'll have to move fast. >> reporter: 74-year-old dorothy patton raised her seven children in this south los angeles house. hi i wanted to live and enjoy my home, and it was taken away. >> reporter: she was living alone after her husband died in 2007. she says that's when bank of america approached her with a new mortgage and a $1
for the winter weather. >> how you can join beyonce at the super bowl. >> marilyn monroe and the fbi secret files. >> and horrifying attack inside a police station. >> we are following breaking news coming from albany, new york. a jet bound for dallas from albany turned around after smoke was reported in one of the restrooms. an airport spokesman said united flight 3739 landed safely just after 3:30 this afternoon. there were no injuries. a frightening sequence of events today in a police station in southern new jersey. the man being processed for a domestic violence charge should taken inside injuring three police officers. >> the latest on the unfolding investigation. >> police in new jersey said paramedics race to police headquarters around 5:30 this morning, responding to reports of gunfire. authorities say it started when a man was brought into the station on domestic violence charges for "an officer was viciously attacked in our police headquarters and was disarmed. the suspect attacked the officers and unleashed a barrage of gunfire at the officers. the officers responded with quick and de
york times" had a front page story about the swiss cheese nature of the fbi's record-keeping pertaining to those who have a mental illness or those who shouldn't cary a weapon because of criminal illness. >> listen, michael. >> real quick. >> this is what wayne lapierre said. he talked about mental illness. they're opposed to background checks on people who go to gun shows, who sell guns to each other privately, not through gun stores. so it doesn't matter. >> i was shocked by that. i wish we had more time. thank you, david corn. thank you, steven siebold. >>> up next, the most challenged quotes of the year. stick around for the side show. if you want to follow me on twitter, you just need to know how to spell smerconish. this is the place for politics. c-max says ha. c-max says wheeee. which is what you get, don't you see? cause c-max has lots more horsepower than prius v, a hybrid that c-max also bests in mpg. say hi to the all-new 47 combined mpg c-max hybrid. you'll also care about our new offer. you get access to nurses who can help with your questions. and your loved one can get e
of the n.s.a., general alexand alexander, with bob mueller at the f.b.i. we've had eric holder appear before the committee to discuss this. and we have heard from intelligence community professionals involved in carrying out surveillance operations, the lawyers who review these operations and, importantly, the inspectors general who carry out oversight of the program and have written reports and letters to the congress with the results of that report. i'd like to just show that classified letter, if i might. it's classified -- i can't read it to you -- but i just want to make that available -- members know that if they want to read the i.g. letter on why what senator wyden is asking for cannot be done, please, before you vote, go to our skiff and read the letter. i don't happen to have it here but as soon as somebody brings it, i will waive it for a -- i will wave it for a moment so that you see it. the committee's review of f.a.a. surveillance authorities have included the receipt and examination of dozens of reports concerning the implementation of these authorities over the past fo
, again according to the free beacon the fbi is aware of what happened and they're looking into it but some of these attackers are notoriously difficult to track down. in fact, just a few days ago the secretary of homeland security, janet napolitano, walked, excuse me, talked about major security threats the nation faces and she focused specifically on cyber attacks. >> one of those of course is the threat of a major cyberattack. an attack that disables critical infrastructure, an attack that impacts thousands if not millions of americans. indeed we saw with hurricane sandy what happens when a major piece of critical infrastructure like your electricity grid goes down for a prolonged period. and our cyber infrastructure, our cyber networks, are ripe for those types of attacks. >> reporter: janet napolitano by the way is a member of the council on foreign relations. this attack was apparently detected relatively quickly but, jon, it may underscore the vulnerability a lot of computer networks face in this country. jon: well, so the website is working and it was, as you say, i
involved in benghazi? >> kimberly: he is not. >> andrea: they sent in the f.b.i. wink, wink. but holder would get back to us. >> eric: lisa jackson was using a male alias for official business. >> 12,000 e-mails. what are they doing? sending e-mails to each other all over the place. when do they get anything done in washington 12,000 e-mails. i don't think i sent 12,000 e-mails in my life. >> andrea: the biggest failure under her watch was the keystone pipeline. her administration blocked the keystone pipeline. actively her and her boss' orders. she could go. goodbye. >> eric: juan, quickly. she could step aside and not answer. just she should answer. if you're avoiding having your e-mails seen and understood as a public official you are wrong. she has been outstanding public servant. the environmentists are disappointed obama hasn't listened to her more, especially on fracking and pipeline. i know the right thinks he hasn't done enough but that is part of the story. >> kimberly: why was she pretending to be a man? >> eric: very strange. >> kimberly: very, very strange. >> eric: we'll d
. the new york times had a front page story about the swiss cheese nature of the f.b.i.'s recordkeeping pertaining to those who have mental illness. >> listen, michael. the nra -- this is what wayne lapierre said. he talked about mental illness. they are opposed to background checks on people who go to gun shows, who sell guns from one to another privately. it doesn't matter. >> i wish we had more time. thank you, david corn. thank you steven siebold. >>> up next, the most challenged quotes of the year. and if you want to follow me on twitter, you jest need to know how to spell smerconish. this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> back to "hardball." the washington post assigns a certain number of pinochios to politicians that might be factually challenged. we were part of the big ones saying that jeep was shipping american jobs over to china and the one from an obama super pact that seemed to blame bain capitol and mitt romney. let's look at the ones that might have slipped your minds. >> half the people are euthanized every year, half of those people are euthanized involuntarily
by the fbi. director's feud over "django unchained" and a chance for 100 lucky people to star in the super bowl halftime show alongside beyonce'. details on those stories throughout the hour. >>> but up first, right now senate leaders scrambling to find common ground to avoid going over that fiscal cliff. got less than three days to go now, folks. at the same time in his weekly address today, the president says he's preparing a plan of action if no deal is reached. >> if an agreement isn't reached on time, then i'll urge the senate to hold an up or down vote on a basic package that protects the middle class from an income tax hike, extends vital unemployment insurance for americans looking for a job, and lays the ground work for future progress on more economic growth and deficit reduction. >> republicans say they want a deal as well, but they highlighted their biggest sticking points today in their weekly address. listen now to missouri senator roy blount. >> senate democrats have spent months drawing partisan lines in the sand. the president's proposal to raise tax on the top 2% of ameri
secretary john mac cue to express his concern. according to this fbi affidavit, this little boy and others were punched and slapped. one child was dragged across the floor. >> we thought, of all the different options, putting them in a child care facility during the day that was on a military base, that was pretty well-staffed, would be the safest, most secure environment for them. >> reporter: it all began back on september 26th when a parent reported misconduct. the army quickly reviewed surveillance video and found several young children, all under the age of 5, were physically abused. charges of simple assault were filed. but parents were still in the dark. two days later, on september 28th, they are hand adler saying -- they are handed a letter saying only that there is a report of alleged mistreatment and inappropriate behavior by staff. >> all along, this first week when we were being sort of given piecemeal information, denied access to the videotapes, we were also being asked if we wanted to seek medical care for our child. >> reporter: medical care for what? >> for what? obviousl
story about the swiss cheese nature of the f.b.i.'s recordkeeping pertaining to those who have mental illness. >> listen, michael. the nra -- this is what wayne lapierre said. he talked about mental illness. they are opposed to background checks on people who go to gun shows, who sell guns from one to another privately. it doesn't matter. >> i wish we had more time. thank you, david corn. thank you steven siebold. >>> up next, the most challenged quotes of the year. and if you want to follow me on twitter, you jest need to know how to spell smerconish. this is "hardball," the place for politics. if you are one of the millions of men who have used androgel 1%, there's big news. presenting androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save on your monthly prescription. [ male announcer ] dosing and application sites between these products differ. women a
-year-old noel alba was released on bond after she was charged with lying to the fbi. she allegedly posed as a relative of one of the slain children, then solicited donations for a fake funeral fund. she says she didn't do it. >>> derek, three officers were shot this morning inside a new jersey police station. gloucester township police say it happened while a domestic violence suspect was being processed. there was a struggle and the suspect got his hands on a police officer's gun and shot the three officers. one officer was struck just below his bulletproof vest and is now in stable condition. the other two officers suffered superficial wounds. several other officers returned fire killing the suspect. >>> in other news tonight the new york city police department released surveillance video of a woman wanted for killing a man by pushing him in front of an oncoming train. the video shows the woman running from the elevated platform at a station in queens last night. eyewitnesses told police they saw the woman following the man while mumbling. police say she got up from a bench and s
agents wouldn't know whether or not f.b.i. was allowed to track them down. but american laws and the american constitution shouldn't be public, only when government officials think it's convenient. it ought to be public all the time. americans ought to be able to find out what their government thinks those laws mean, and i think it is possible to do that while still ensuring that sensitive information -- information about sources and methods and the operations of the intelligence community are appropriately kept secret. my own view is the executive branch of the united states has so far failed to live up to their promises of greater transparency in this area, greater commitment to ensuring that the public sees how our laws are being interpreted. and as long as there is a gap, mr. president, between the way the government interprets these laws and what the public law says when we're sitting at home and looking it up on your latop, i am going to do everything i can to reduce that gap and to ensure that our citizens, consistent with our national security, have additional informa
with cooperation of government agencies. i worked for a long time on a show with the f.b.i. and also with nasa, negotiate of which probably not coincidently came to fruition. but these shows "homeland" -- "24" made up it's own organization c.. the u. to avoid it and with "homeland" it was a step towards reality so it does elude to the cia. but -- >> our relationship with the military was interesting because obviously these agencies want to keep arm's length. and once they became fans -- i think it was that simple, they just enjoyed it and felt this is portraying when we did portray a general or soldier, the military became cooperative. so we had a pentagon lie ace son. it got to the point we said we need a couple of f-16s they said sure. it got great. a lot of production value where it came. i think obviously they thought their public affairs and their public image through that show -- >> at the you same token i was visited by the dean of west point a few years later when there was some cry that some investigators in iraq and in afghanistan were being influenced by the content of the show and
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